- -11 Length to Weight Ratio
- 2 1/4 Inch Barrel Diameter
- Approved for Play in ASA, USSSA, NSA, ISA, ISF
- Balanced Swing Weight
- Clutch 2 Endcap
- Free Shipping!
- Full Twelve (12) Month Manufacturer's Warranty
- Half and Half Technology Makes YOU Stronger
- TR3 F.L.O. Composite
- Two-Piece Fully Composite Design
New for 2013! The queen of diamonds returns to rule softball fields everywhere again this season! The DeMarini CF5 was born hardcore and built for damsels that CAUSE distress! The CF5 features a two-piece composite design with a balanced swing weight for increased swing speeds! The new CF5 uses all new technology to produce a finished product that can do some serious destruction! By constructing the CF5 using their new TR3 F.L.O. Composite, DeMarini has successfully created their lightest swinging bat yet. TR3 F.L.O. (which stands for Fused Layer Optimized) is a cutting edge material that is the result of the random and naturally chaotic fusing of carbon fibers. This creates a more compact carbon that enables DeMarini to make the new CF5 lighter and stronger than ever before. DeMarini's Half and Half two-piece technology makes YOU stronger by silencing feedback on off-center hits and creating the largest, most responsive sweetspot by flexing before impact and recoiling with a burst of ball-launching energy! The CF5 also features a Geo End Cap that's focus is on keeping the barrel stiff and not letting energy escape through the end of the bat. This gives each and every hit an extra blast of energy. DeMarini: Born Hardcore! The CF5 is approved for play in ASA, USSSA, NSA, ISA, and ISF. It is backed by a Full Twelve (12) Month Manufacturer's Warranty. Free Shipping!
by 8U Travel - Sep 05, 2012
Pros: this bat has great pop. We had the synge prior to this bat and the CF5 gives us about 10+ feet per hit (on the sweet spot).
Cons: none so far.
by RobbieO - Jul 15, 2012
Pros: Outstanding bat. Confidence builder and great pop.
Cons: Not owning one sooner.
by Anonymous - Jul 30, 2012
Pros: Extremely hot right out of the wrapper. Unbelievable difference between this bat and other composites.
Cons: none so far
by batdad - Aug 12, 2012
Pros: Bought my daughter a 31/20 and its PERFECT! Its so well balanced it feels more like a 18.5-19 oz bat. First time my daughter used it she had a HR, a Triple and 2 doubles.
Cons: Bat isnt fire hot out of the warpper but still hotter than most bats at their best. Once the bat has some work it is crazy how much pop it has.
by jmkerdoc - Nov 27, 2012
Cons: First CF5 (2012) lasted 10 months for my 12u daughter. Warranty replacement with 2013 CF5...lasted 2 months. No abuse, just used in soft toss, tee, and games. Happened to another 12u girl on the team also. Serious quality control issues. 12u girls shouldn't be breaking bats from normal use!
by Georgette - Jun 25, 2012
Pros: 31/20 this bat is so well balanced. Swings like an 18oz. I went from the end load Insane and picked up so much bat speed.
by Little Angels Softball - Jul 19, 2012
Pros: This bat is very hot out of the wrapper. Bought the 31'/20oz for my 10-year-old and she smoked the first pitch she saw. It is extremely well-balanced and feels very light for a -11. Easy for girls to control and offers the pop of a heavier bat. All of her teammates are using it and are getting increased velocity and distance on their hits. I like the new design and graphics. One parent even commented, "That bat looks like it is expensive!" All in all, I'd say this is about as nice a -11 composite bat as money can buy.
Cons: None yet. She hasn't had it very long so I'll bve watching for issues and will report back if we run into any.
by BB - Jul 20, 2012
Pros: By far best bat ive had the ball really pops off it.
by Anonymous - Sep 21, 2012
Pros: Hot out of the wrapper! We bought the 31/20, so light feeling. Added at least 20-30 feet to every line drive/flyball by dughter hit. What used to be routine grounders are now making fielders turn their heads because the ball is coming so fast.
Cons: None so far
by CoachBroker - Feb 28, 2013
Pros: I bought this bat for my 9 year old (5' 3" and 90 lbs.). I bought her the 29/18. The bat is very lite and balanced, I probably should gotten her a 30/20. The balls rocket off this bat and it has greatly improved her distance she is able to hit. She is the best hitter on her team and it does make me nervous for the other teams' infield.
Cons: Infielders better be awake because they could get hurt by a ball off this bat.
by Softball Dad - Aug 10, 2012
Pros: Bat is awsome. Has a trampoline effect and my 9yr old daughter hit her first homerun in the 8u world series this yr.
Cons: None daughter loves it.
by reipmod - Oct 06, 2012
Pros: Very good pop i would say the best yet for the DeMarini CF series, and better than the Easton models except in how they hold up. LS XENO might be a overall better bat for the money. I paid the 300 plus to find this out for you.
Cons: bat chips very easy which will lead to the bat having a shorter game life. Easton bats after several years look new compared to our brand new CF5 -11. Total let down in product so far. XENO btr product for money.
by Clemo - Oct 22, 2012
Pros: Great out of the box. Just waiting for the break-in period to end. Every girl on the team is hitting hot shots with it. I could not be more pleased!
Cons: None yet but will write if any come up!
by Clemo - Jan 07, 2013
Pros: Great bat just wish it would have made it through one full travel season! It telescoped in the state tournament and my little girl was so upset we had to go to her back up bat which worked fine just could tell the difference!
Cons: Not to durable when it comes to travel ball playing in several games every weekend!
by Coach Neil - Jun 28, 2012
Pros: Bat is hot - just like last years model... Not completely broken in yet but I see the ball pop off this bat really well.
Cons: Hope it is a little more durable. Went through 3 CF5 30/19 bats in the last year.
by TS - Aug 03, 2012
Pros: Not much to say, just another GREAT bat from team DeMarini. Bought the 30/19 for my 10 yr old & to be honest with you I don't know who likes it more her or her coach
by Nugget - Oct 26, 2012
Pros: Ball travels further when hit, and large sweet spot.
Cons: None yet.
by Rampagemom - Nov 07, 2012
Pros: The bat is excellent. Everyone on my daughter's team that has hit with it, LOVES it. My daughter is very small (around 57 pounds) and ha gotten several good hits with it. One went to the fence resulting in a 2 run RBI and a triple for her. My daughter's batting coach stated she loved it as well. Would definitely recommend it.
by John v - Dec 05, 2012
Pros: This bat is hot out the wrapper. I bought it for my 11 year old who had been struggling to get some good hits as she is fairly new at fast pitch softball. Now she connects on the sweet spot.
Cons: Price is a little steep but well worth the buy.
by clemonsbabe - Dec 06, 2012
Pros: Great out the box. Have had this bat for about 6 tournaments and all the girls on the team are using it due to the pop!
Cons: The last game in the last tournament this past weekend it telescoped and we pulled it out and she used it the rest of the game.
by fastpitch Dad - Mar 06, 2013
Pros: The bat is hot out of wrapper.Daughter hit two Homeruns in her first Tournament.Great for slap hitters, very large sweet spot. Well balanced swings lighter than other bats.Team nickname bat Beast.
Cons: None yet
by Softballchick8 - Mar 16, 2013
Pros: Tried out this bat today and bought it right on the spot. It has amazing pop to it! I can't wait to play a game with it.
by shocker3 - Jul 08, 2012
Pros: Haven't used it alot yet but could tell its on fire right out the box. My 10 yr old loves it already
Cons: Nothing yet.
by Anonymous - Sep 06, 2012
Pros: Our 11 y/o daughter hit ball to the fence within the first five times using this bat. She already had the 2012 insane, which she absolutely loves, but we got this one bc wanted an inch longer and an overall balanced bat. Can't go wrong with this bat! Well worth the money! (still breaking bat in)
by catcher1 - Oct 07, 2012
Pros: Great pop.
Cons: It broke really fast after using it in 3 games.
by Anonymous - Oct 25, 2012
Pros: i love it the pop of it is amazing
by walking02 - Dec 07, 2012
Pros: Hot bat right from the start. Many girls have added this bat to their christmas lists.
Cons: None right now, will update if there is a change.
by tt - Feb 15, 2013
Pros: Has pop. Daughter got some great hits. Hot out of box.
Cons: busted after 2 tournaments...this was the replacement bat of the 2012 cf5...terrible
by bdawg - Feb 27, 2013
Pros: CF5, Hands down best bat on the market!!!!!!!!
by Britt Britt - Mar 20, 2013
Pros: This bat is fantastic. I bought this bat in Feb. of this year and have used it in every game i've played. I was in a home run derby and hit every single one of them over the fence. I can never dream about using a different bat.
Cons: no cons that i have
by Dizzle - Mar 28, 2013
Pros: This bat has tons of pop. My daughter moved up to the 33/22 and has been hammering the ball. Having a bat that maximizes the hitters strength is key to driving the ball. She loves this bat.
Cons: Too many neon yellow marks left on the barrel from crushing the ball! No cons at all...
by nicolemus - Mar 31, 2013
Pros: has an amazing pop & always makes solid contact!
Cons: went through two cf5's, one being this one because it cracked. not too durable.
by wrastler - Apr 10, 2013
Pros: ok bat looks nice
Cons: Doesn't even come close to the pop my 14 year old daughter gets from her xeno.
by K Dog - Apr 10, 2013
Pros: Well Balanced Bat that has great pop out of the box. My older and younger daughter both use the same bat but different sizes and are very happy.
Cons: Dad had to buy it of course.LOL
by Coach1 - Apr 16, 2013
Pros: Good pop, nice balanced bat
Cons: Needs to be more durable. Cannot use in cold weather. Broke 2 already and now just use it for games only.
by Ernie - Apr 27, 2013
Pros: It's working great, you don't even have to swing hard and the ball flies.
by Anonymous - Jul 12, 2013
Pros: Have two of em 30/19 and 31/20. My DD favorite bat by far and probably the best bat available for smaller girls that can't yet swing a -10. Just broke her first gamer after almost a year of use and countless swings. Got a cf6 at the beginning of summer and it doesn't even compare in performance and was in two pieces after only 40 swings. Can't say enough good things about this bat.
by Anonymous - Jul 25, 2013
Pros: Definitely more pop/punch to every hit.
Cons: Getting use to how it feels when you hit it.
by Chris - Sep 25, 2013
Pros: My 7 year old is the smallest on the team, and she is ripping the ball over 3rd base. A very HOT bat!!!
by M.M.M. - Sep 27, 2013
Pros: Bought the bat for my 10 year old daughter to use with her travel team. She hit a double the first at bat. The ball is popping off the bat. She loves it and so do her coaches. This bat is now the new favorite team bat, all the girls want to use it to hit.
Cons: nothing yet
by firecracker - Jul 06, 2012
Pros: This is the hottest bat on the market today.Our 8 an under team has 5 of them.
by shane oakley - Oct 05, 2013
Pros: Bat was pretty.
Cons: Lots of vibration in the bat on contact.
by Grizzlies Coach - Oct 29, 2012
Pros: Nice pop! Light weight for bat speed.
Cons: 9U girls complain about their hands stinging.
by kyli - Apr 15, 2013
Pros: The weight and the look
Cons: The length needs to be a little longer.
by Duane Brown - Jul 22, 2012
Pros: 9 yr old loves this bat. 3rd game hit one out of the park @ 200'. great trampeling affect.
Cons: not a thing !!
by Michelle - Jul 09, 2012
Pros: The bat moves the ball, but not like that 2012 DeMarini CF5: DXCFS/P, drop 10 or 11 (-10 or -11). It could be that it needs to be broken in; I was expecting hot out of the wrapper!
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Is this a better bat than the DeMarini CF6?
Asked by natalie on Jan 19, 2014
The 2013 DeMarini CF5 (DXCFS) Fastpitch does not feature the Paradox composite that is used on the CF6. The Paradox composite is the newest composite by DeMarini and provides for a bigger sweet spot and better performance.
· Jan 19, 2014
Lefty slapper looking for a new bat and coming off of the 2012 Bustos. Is this a good bat?
Asked by slapper on Nov 30, 2013
Yes, the 2013 DeMarini CF5: DXCFS Fastpitch bat will have a very balanced, two-piece fully composite design. It will feel great for a lefty slap hitter.
· Nov 30, 2013
What do you recommend for my 17 year old daughter who is 5' 7", 120 lbs, long arms and fast bat speed?
Asked by Shoes on Nov 10, 2013
The 2013 DeMarini CF5: DXCFS Fastpitch would be a great option for your daughter. If she has really fast bat speed, I would recommend going to a -10 model. DeMarini's new 2014 CF6: DXCFP Fastpitch features DeMarini's new paradox composite and is very high performing. Based on her height and weight, I would recommend either a 32" or 33" bat length.
· Nov 10, 2013
I am 5' 7". What size bat would be best for me?
Asked by softball on Nov 09, 2013
Bat Coach will give you a range of size recommendations based on your height and your weight: http://www.justbats.com/bat-coach/. The weight of the bat you should use is much more dependent on your strength.
· Nov 09, 2013
I am looking for a new bat for my daughter. She is 5'2" 118 lbs and 12 years old. What size do you think would be best?
Asked by ry on Nov 02, 2013
Based on her height and weight, we would recommend a 32" in the 2013 DeMarini CF5: DXCFS Fastpitch.
· Nov 02, 2013
My daughter plays on an 11U team. She weighs approximately 90 lbs. and is 4' 9". What bat size do you recommend?
Asked by Norbs on Oct 16, 2013
We recommend the 2013 DeMarini CF5: DXCFS Fastpitch in a 31", based on your daughter's size and age.
· Oct 16, 2013
My daughter is a 16 year old, 5'5' 123 lbs. what size bat do you recommend?
Asked by nicole on Oct 08, 2013
Based on her height and weight, we recommend a 33" model in the 2013 DeMarini CF5: DXCFS Fastpitch bat. For further information on sizing, please visit our Bat Coach at http://www.justbats.com/bat-coach/
· Oct 08, 2013
Have a granddaughter, 14U. What type of bat should she be using? She is 5'5 and an excellent player.
Asked by peanut on Sep 16, 2013
The 2013 DeMarini CF5: DXCFS Fastpitch would be a great option for her. It is a very high performing bat. We recommend a 32" bat for her age.
· Sep 16, 2013
What is the difference between the blue 2014 Demarini CF5 (31/20) softball bat and the white 2013 CF5? Will performance suffer if I get the 2013?
Asked by Tom on Sep 08, 2013
The 2014 DeMarini CF6 uses a higher quality Paradox composite, so it will be higher performing than the 2013 DeMarini CF5 Fastpitch model.
· Sep 08, 2013
Is this bat still USSSA approved for 2014? How often do you suggest replacing a bat?
Asked by Bob on Aug 10, 2013
Yes, this bat features the newest USSSA stamp and will be legal for 2014 play. I would recommend replacing a bat when standards change, you outgrow a bat, or if the bat is not performing any longer.
· Aug 11, 2013
Will the DeMarini CF5 -11 fastpitch bat be legal for the 2014 season? How is the durability record for this bat?
Asked by papman on Aug 02, 2013
Yes, the 2013 DeMarini CF5: DXCFS Fastpitch is going to be legal for 2014. The bat has been very durable, but it should only be used for 11u fastpitch.
· Aug 02, 2013
My daughter is 5 ft 4 1/2 inches and 120 lbs, and only 12. What size should I get her in this bat? She has the 2013 Easton Synge right now?
Asked by Frogger on Jul 29, 2013
Based on her height and weight we recommend a 33" bat. The 2013 DeMarini CF5: DXCFS Fastpitch is currently out of stock. The 2014 DeMarini CF6: DXCFS Fastpitch is available in a 33" 22 oz.
· Jul 29, 2013
My league has just changed the rule where all bats must have a BPF of 1.15 or less, would this bat be able to be used? or is the BPF too high?
Asked by Kayla on Mar 04, 2013
The 2013 DeMarini CF5: DXCFS Fastpitch is rated at 1.20 BPF, which would be faster than your league allows.
· Mar 05, 2013
I need to buy my daughter a new bat. Which bat is the best? The 2013 CF5, Xeno or Stealth? Thanks.
Asked by rtm on Feb 26, 2013
The 2013 DeMarini CF5, Easton Stealth, and Louisville Slugger TPS Xeno are all two-piece bats that are fully composite. All three are very high performing and top of the line models for each manufacturer. Performance and durability are going to be about the same in all three models.
· Feb 26, 2013
One of the parents on our team has stated that the 2013 CF5 Hope is going to be declared illegal as of this Fall. Is that true?
Asked by Catchersmum28 on Feb 11, 2013
As of today, the 2013 DeMarini CF5: DXCFS Fastpitch is legal in USSSA, ASA, NSA, ISA, ISF, and NCAA.
· Feb 11, 2013
Does it come in a -10 size 31/21?
Asked by jim on Jan 22, 2013
Yes. Please see model 2013 DeMarini CF5: DXCFP.
· Jan 22, 2013
My 10 year old has been playing select for 1.5 years now with a 18.5oz 31 in Halo, it's time for a new bat. Would a 31in 20oz CF5 be too heavy for her?
Asked by Brooke on Jan 09, 2013
I think the 31in 20oz would be fine for your daughter.
· Jan 09, 2013
What is the best way to break in this bat? My daughter will be starting batting practice at a local batting cage. Can this hurt the bat if not broken properly?
Asked by Vicky on Jan 04, 2013
The best way to break in a bat is 200-300 swings off of a tee with a quater of a turn each time. The only way to damage the bat in the cage is to hit the yellow dimpled balls.
· Jan 04, 2013
My daughter is 12 turning 13 in February. She is 5'2" and 101lbs. Last year she hit with a cheap 32" 19oz bat pretty well. Her new hitting coach suggested a 31" bat but did not recommend a weight. I see you offer a 20oz and 21 oz CF5. What size do you recommend?
Asked by Keith on Dec 06, 2012
That depends on her swing speed and bat control with her 19 oz. bat. If she had well above average swing speed and bat control, then I would recommend a 21 oz. model. If she had just average to slightly above average swing speed and bat control, I would recommend a 20 oz. model.
· Dec 06, 2012
My daughter is 14 yrs. old and plays competitive softball. She is 5'3" and weighs 110 lbs. what size bat would you recommend?
Asked by Diane on Nov 26, 2012
Based on that information, a 32" bat is recommended with a weight between 20 and 22 oz.
· Nov 26, 2012
My daughter is 10 yrs old. She is about 4'8" and weighs about 70 lbs. I need help deciding what size bat I should get her. I would like something that will be good for a few years.
Asked by Val on Nov 20, 2012
Based on her height and weight, we would recommend a 30" 19 oz. in the 2013 DeMarini CF5: DXCFS Fastpitch bat. For more information on sizing, please visit our Bat Coach at http://www.justbats.com/bat-coach/
· Nov 21, 2012
My daughter is 11 yrs old. She is about 4'10" and weighs about 85 lbs. I need help deciding what size bat I should get her. I would like something that will be good for a few years. Thanks:)
Asked by softball mom on Nov 12, 2012
Using the Bat Coach Feature on justbats.com I was able to determine that your daughter should currently be using a bat length of 31". She should continue to use a 31" until she reaches the height of 5'1" and she weights 111-120 lbs. Then the bat length will increase to a 32" model. The 2013 DeMarini CF5: DXCFS Fastpitch bat would be a great choice. It will come in her size. 31" 20oz. It will be a Two-Piece design that is Fully Composite. This bat will be very balanced and easy to swing. It comes with a 12 month warranty from DeMarini.
· Nov 12, 2012
Does this bat have the thumb print and can it be used in both ASA and USSSA for the 2013 season. I keep hearing everyone talk about you can only use bats in 2013 that have the thumb print, not sure exactly what that means. I want to get my daughter a bat for Christmas, she is a 8U player but will be playing a lot of 10U tournaments next season. Thanks
Asked by icheer424 on Nov 02, 2012
Yes, this 2013 DeMarini CF5: DXCFS Fastpitch bat will have the new USSSA 1.20 BPF Stamp. Here is the link to the pictures you can click on to see the stampings on this bat in the middle of this page: http://www.justbats.com/product/2013-demarini-cf5--dxcfs-fastpitch/15519/
· Nov 02, 2012
My daughter is 9yrs old, 65lbs, 54in. tall. What size bat should I get her?
Asked by Greg on Oct 31, 2012
Using the Bat Coach feature on our website justbats.com, I was able to see that a 30" bat length is recommended. There is a 30" 19oz. available in that 2013 DeMarini CF5: DXCFS Fastpitch bat.
· Oct 31, 2012
Is the DeMarini CF-5 fastpitch softball bat a double wall bat?
Asked by SS on Oct 30, 2012
The terms "single wall" and "double wall" only apply to alloy bats. The 2013 DeMarini CF5: DXCFS is a composite bat that is made from layers of carbon fibers and resins.
· Oct 30, 2012
My daughter just turned 11 and is 4 feet 10 inches and weighs 78 pounds. She has good bat speed overall. What size bat and weight is recommended for her?
Asked by Brads on Oct 09, 2012
Based on her size, a 31" bat is recommended with a weight between 19 and 21 oz. Weight of the bat comes down to the weight of the bat she is curently using, as you typically do not want to decrease weight, and you don't want to increase weight by more than 2 oz. or so.
· Oct 09, 2012
Just to clarify, this bat is ASA legal beyond 2013, whereas the 2012 is not, right?
Asked by fundaddy on Sep 24, 2012
They both have the stamping on the barrel. The 2013 DeMarini CF5: DXCFS Fastpitch will have the new updated stamps, where as the 2012 model will have the older stamps.
· Sep 24, 2012
Does the 2013 DeMarini CF5 DXCFS come in a 30" 19oz?
Asked by sparky on Sep 11, 2012
Yes. The 2013 DeMarini CF5: DXCFS is produced in a 30" 19 oz. We have live inventory and only show the options that are currently in stock and ready to ship.
· Sep 11, 2012
My daughter plays 14U. She is 5'5" and weighs 145 pounds. She is currently using an Easton Stealth, as she is considered a power hitter. She has quick hands and bat speed but does not like the end weight of the bat. Are there any bats that you would recommend for her?
Asked by Dan on Sep 08, 2012
The 2013 DeMarini CF5 would be a great choice. It is a very high performing bat that has a ton of pop and very balanced as well. It is also a light swinging bat.
· Sep 08, 2012
My daughter is almost 11 years old and weighs 74 lbs. She is 4 ft 8 inches. What size batt do you recommend?
Asked by Leah on Sep 07, 2012
Based on her height and weight, a 30" bat would be recommended.
· Sep 07, 2012
My 13 yr old daughter is 5'4 and 135 lbs. Which size bat would you recommend?
Asked by cohobbs on Sep 06, 2012
Based on her height and weight we recommend a 32" 22 oz bat.
· Sep 07, 2012
My daughter is 11 yrs old, 58 inches tall and weighs 123 lbs. She is a strong batter. Should I move her up to a 33" 22oz bat? Thank you.
Asked by nebulus on Sep 05, 2012
Based on her height and weight we recommend a 32" 2013 DeMarini CF5.
· Sep 05, 2012
My 8 yr old daughter (70lbs/ 51 inches tall) is trying to decide between a CF5 and the Vendetta. What are your recommendations?
Asked by lam24 on Aug 29, 2012
Both bats are fantastic two-piece fully composite designs. The largest length to weight ratio the DeMarini CF5 is offered in is a -11, whereas the DeMarini Vendetta is offered in a -12. The CF5 will be a little higher performing, and the Vendetta will be lighter.
· Aug 29, 2012
My daughter is 9yrs old, 52" tall, and weighs 80lbs. She was swinging a 29/18 last year in 8U, but I want to get her a new bat for 10U, what length and weight would you recommend?
Asked by Chris on Aug 27, 2012
We recommend a 30" 20 oz based on her height and weight.
· Aug 27, 2012
my daughter now uses a Demarini Vendetta 32" 20oz. Will a 32" 21oz cf5 feel heavier or lighter? Also is this a good size for a 12 year old at 85 lbs?
Asked by bob on Aug 20, 2012
The CF5 has a balanced swing weight, but a 21 oz CF5 will still feel a little heavier than a 20 oz Vendetta. A 31" or 32" model is recommended for your average 12 year old.
· Aug 20, 2012
When comparing the new Xeno 30" 20oz vs. the new Demarini 30" 19oz bat, are either end loaded and how well balanced are they? Which bat appears to be the hottest?
Asked by adam on Aug 20, 2012
Both the 2013 CF5 DXCFS and 2013 Xeno are well balanced bats. Based on customer feedback, the jury is out on which is hotter, and it really comes down to how much flex you like in your bat. The Xeno will be a little stiffer than the CF5, which will offer a bit more flex.
· Aug 20, 2012
What size bat and weight should my 9 year old get? She is 52" tall and weights 63lbs
Asked by Mike on Aug 16, 2012
The average size bat for a player of that size is a 28" bat with a weight between 15 and 18 ounces.
· Aug 16, 2012
It appears this bat is not on the NCAA approved bat list released in July 2012 - any information on that? The 2012 was on the list in March, but now also off. Thanks!
Asked by jokabz on Aug 15, 2012
The only 2013 DeMarini CF5 that is not approved is the -11. According to DeMarini the walls are too thin and and designed for younger players, therefore not approved for play in NCAA. The 2013 DeMarini CF5 is approved for USSSA and ASA.
· Aug 15, 2012
My daughter is 5'7" weighs 125 lbs. What is the best bat size?
Asked by howard on Aug 15, 2012
Based on her height and weight we recommend a 33" 2013 DeMarini CF5.
· Aug 15, 2012
My daughter is 14 years old and is 5'5" and weighs about 105 lbs. Is this a good bat for her, and what size is good for her?
Asked by Steve on Aug 14, 2012
The 2013 DeMarini CF5: DXCFS is a great bat with a ton of pop. Based on her height and weight, a 32" model would be recommended.
· Aug 14, 2012
My daughter is 60 and one half inches tall and weighs 96 lbs. what length and weight bat would you recommend? Also she is 12 years old.
Asked by Mark on Aug 08, 2012
Based on her height and weight, a 32" bat is recommended with a weight between 19 and 22 ounces. Bat weight really comes down to the weight of her current bat, as you don't want to stray too far up or down from what she is currently using.
· Aug 08, 2012
Does this bat meet the new bat regulations that will go into effect next Year?
Asked by Herb on Aug 02, 2012
If you are referring to the new USSSA rules, yes, the 2013 DeMarini CF5: DXCFS Fastpitch bat has the new USSSA stamp that USSSA will require next year.
· Aug 02, 2012
My daughter is 4'5" and weighs 62 lbs. What length & weight would you recommend? Thanks.
Asked by TB on Jul 30, 2012
According to our Bat Coach the suggested size for your daughter would be a 30" 18 oz. Or if she has good bat speed she could consider using a 19 oz.
· Jul 30, 2012
My daughter's 2012 CF5 -11 got a crack in it. I sent it back and it was replaced with the 2013 model. What "real" improvements have they made for this year's model? Is the composite material truly better than last years?
Asked by gimedaball on Jul 20, 2012
The 2013 DeMarini CF5 uses new TR3 F.L.O Composite for a more balanced swing. The new composite material provides better durability and performance.
· Jul 20, 2012
DD is 5' and 100 lbs but just barely 10 years old. Which size CF5?
Asked by Battitude on Jul 09, 2012
A 31" CF5 would be recommended with a weight of 20 ounces.
· Jul 09, 2012
Are there any more of the breast cancer models available?
Asked by E23 on Jun 30, 2012
The model to promote breast cancer awareness is the 2013 DeMarini CF5 Hope: DXCFH Fastpitch.
· Jun 30, 2012
My daughter is 5'1" and about 95lbs. What size bat would you say for her to use? She's been using a 32" -13 but she was told to back it down to a 31" -11.
Asked by Lostmass on Jun 23, 2012
Based on her height and weight, I would recommend a 32" model of the 2013 DeMarini CF5: DXCFS Fastpitch -11 bat. If a coach who has seen her swing is recommending a 31" -11, that would also be an acceptable size for her.
· Jun 23, 2012
I am about 75-80 pounds and 4'6 so I was wondering which length bat should I get?
Asked by softballlover on Jun 19, 2012
The suggested length for a player your size would be a 30" bat.
· Jun 19, 2012
Is the 2013 bat approved for play in 2012 with these upgraded materials? Thanks!
Asked by Meyers on Jun 18, 2012
Yes, the 2013 DeMarini CF5 features the USSSA 1.20 BPF and ASA stamps that make it legal for play in 2012 and 2013.
· Jun 18, 2012
What is the difference between the 2012 model and 2013? Or is it just a new paint job?
Asked by daddycee on Jun 18, 2012
The 2013 DeMarini CF5 uses upgraded materials for increased performance and durability. It also features a new paint scheme.
· Jun 18, 2012
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